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How to Live and Work from Jamaica as a Freelance Writer
Written by
Yuwanda Black
June 2016
Written by
Yuwanda Black
June 2016

If you’re a regular reader of InkwellEditorial.com you know that I’m an American freelance writer, but I currently live and work from Jamaica. 

I’ve been coming to this country since 2009. I visited for the first time at the behest of one of my sisters, who came on vacation a few years before I started coming, and fell in love with it.

I’ve lived here full-time since 2013 (unofficially). In 2014, I registered my business in Jamaica and have been living here officially full-time ever since. I receive a lot of questions from others via email and on my FB pages about how to make the transition.

I’ve answered various questions about it over the years in various places. It’s been over a year and a half since I updated the “Living in Jamaica” series (it dumbfounded me when I saw that it had been that long), so I thought this was a great post to add after such a long silence.

With all of that being said, following are five frequently asked questions about living and working in Jamaica that will shed even more light into if it’s something you want to do.

Note: This is a long post (over 5,000 words) jam packed with a lot of information. So settle in for a good read, or bookmark it to come back to later. Read the full post

Learn How to Live and Work in Jamaica: Everything You Need to Know.

This book covers everything, including how to plan your exit from your country as far as a year out; how to find an apartment; what to pack; how to get around; and so much more.

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P.P.S.: Have you lived in another country as a freelance writer?

I’d love to share it with Inkwell Edtorial's readers. Submit a guest post about your experience.

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